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Bay Area Tech Fuels Typhoon Haiyan Relief Efforts



    (Published Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013)

    Relief efforts for Typhoon Haiyan victims are being fueled by Bay Area technology.

    San Francisco-based Mozilla, which has produced web browser Firefox, has created a way to donate to the Red Cross with one click.

    "It means a lot to be in a position to help," said Debbie Cohen of Mozilla.

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    In Cupertino, Apple has also installed on its iTunes page a way for people to instantly donate to relief efforts.

    Technology is the latest way the Bay Area is lending a hand to aid those affected in the Philippines.

    San Jose State University students this week started relief drives to collect food, clothing and other items to be sent to victims.

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